Guided Troubleshooting for Kubernetes Applications
Turn observability into action - give engineers the power to remediate application issues.
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Knowledge and guidance out of the box
Instantly apply pre-configured Kubernetes troubleshooting best practices that help you spot issues immediately. Follow guided remediation with smart problem clustering, hints and visual assistance to resolve issues quickly.
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The most complete dependency map you can get
Go beyond a simple service, network or infrastructure map. Use StackState to automatically discover and visualize all Kubernetes dependencies to help you keep track of changes. The dependency map includes every resource from clusters, namespaces and services to pods, containers and processes.
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Comprehensive observability data, all in one place
Collect and correlate all essential metrics, logs, events and traces, including golden signals, and show everything in the context of their related Kubernetes resources, even if the lifecycles of those resources have ended.
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White Paper: 8 SRE Best Practices to Help Developers Troubleshoot Kubernetes15 min read
Download our latest white paper and discover the "8 SRE Best Practices for Troubleshooting Kubernetes" and start optimizing your Kubernetes apps automatically.
How to Troubleshoot Slow Services in Your Kubernetes Cluster· Mark Bakker6 min read
To get the best performance out of a Kubernetes cluster, SREs and software engineers must have the knowledge and tools to find misconfigurations and bottlenecks.
Webinar: Kubernetes Troubleshooting In Action: 5xx Errors Resolved Quickly50 min watch
Watch this webinar to see how StackState's troubleshooting solution can give you the guidance you need to easily remediate those troublesome errors and many other issues you are likely facing in your Kubernetes applications and services.